Douala, Cameroun (ADV) – The industrialization of Equatorial Guinea is everything, except a view of the mind. President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, with his policy of development and industrialization of the country, spares no momentum to create, undertake and make every effort, to achieve his goal of an emerging Equatorial Guinea by the year 2020.
After the already long list of industrialization projects carried out in the country in recent years, Equatorial Guinea has recently inaugurated the biggest ever cement factory of Central Africa.
It was launched following a huge official ceremony on December 3rd in Bata, in the presence of Equatorial Guinean boss and Number one leader, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasago.
The giant cement-glue plant was named EVITA. It was designed and thought by a brillant young, motivated Equatorial Guinean entrepreneur, who had the ingenious idea to set up this enormous project. The project of Honorato Evita Oma, whose company bears the name, the Equatorial Guinean Head of State endorsed it, he gave everything for its realization; and the group today moved to becoming national in its goals and broad spectrum.
By making this project possible, President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo marked a new point in Equatorial Guinea’s industrialization program, which aims to be fully independent by 2020.
A rapidly expanding enterprise, the EVITA group, which manufactures cement-glue, white cement, ceramic cement and porcelain cement, understood the messages sent by the President of the Republic, and thus offers Africans a high quality cement that has nothing to envy to what other big corporate are producing elsewhere outside the continent.
President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, in his speech at the inauguration ceremony of the factory congratulated Honorato Evita Oma, the promoter of the company, whose project helps to shape the image and reality of the new Equatorial Guinea and in its policy of diversification of the national economy.
It must be said also that the establishment of this cement-glue plant will supply, not only the national and sub-regional markets, including the CEMAC zone, but also international, West Africa or the community of Portuguese-speaking countries.
Started in 2009, at the time of the construction boom and the real beginnings of Equatorial Guinea’s development, the EVITA Group now offers collection services as well as treatment and export of toxic waste by land and sea, to most of the countries in the CEMAC Zone.
EVITA’s expansion plan now includes the acquisition of a concrete batching plant, equipment for quarrying stone, asphalt equipment, trucks, dump trucks, concrete mixers, prefabricated concrete machines and earthmoving machines.
Recognized for its best cement on the regional market, the experience and technology of EVITA allows it today to accompany Equatorial Guinea in its development goals and targets.
© Bur-csa – A.H – N.A / From our regional correspondent Vanessa Ngadi Kwa – African Daily Voice (ADV) – Follow us on Twitter : @ADVinfo_eng